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Course for beginners or intermediates that offers both a solid approach to italian language as well as cultural references for travelling and deepening the knowledge of Italy and Italians+ More
Beginners - The course will be based on developing oral and written Italian knowledge and possibly reach the A2 level (European QCER reference). You will know how to talk about yourself using a basic vocabulary, express your basic needs, and use the past tense.
Débutants- Les cours se base sur le développement des capacités d'expression orales et et écrites, l'objectif sera d'atteindre niveau A2 du QCER Européen. Vous serez capable de parler de vous et d'exprimer vos besoin, échanger des information sur des sujets familiers et utiliser les verbes au passé.+ More
Your Italian proficiency level will be evaluated by the teacher according to this framework:
A1 - Beginner:
A2 - Elementary:
B1 - Intermediate:
B2 - Independent:
C1 - Advanced:
C2 - Proficient:
Why learn Italian? If you are into art, music, design, architecture, opera or food, Italian is the language to learn! Italy is one of the leading economies of the world and many foreign companies operating in Italy require that employees speak both English and Italian. Italy is a major player in fashion, interior design, culinary arts, furniture, robotics, electromechanics, transportation and space engineering.
Italian is widely recognized as one of the most beautiful languages in the world, and if you think it is useless, you are wrong! Italian is an official language in Italy, Switzerland, San Marino and the Vatican, and is widely spoken as a second language in countries around Italy, in Australia, Africa, Canada, the US and South-America.
Montreal is the largest city in Canada, and one of the country's most cosmopolitan. Spoken by 57% of the population, French is the official language, with English following closely. Montreal is one of the country's most bilingual cities with 65% of the population able to speak both French and English, and 20% speaking also other languages. Such diverse composition makes Montreal a great place to learn languages.
Montreal is considered Canada's cultural capital, with a sizeable part of the country's film, music, radio and multimedia production taking place in the city. Montreal boasts also one of the highest concentrations of student populations in North-America. Besides English and French, the most widely spoken languages in the city are Spanish, Arab, Italian, Mandarin, Creole and Greek, among others.